Sonia Manzano’s novel, The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano, is a young girl’s coming of age story set in New York City’s “el Barrio” neighborhood in the late 1960s.
Two separate cases involving bribery and corruption resulted in arrests of politicians.
On the Five Borough Ballot this week, residents of Bayside, Queens talk to City & State about the latest corruption allegations.
Twenty-two Latinos will receive compensation for damages from a settlement with ICE as a result of illegal raids the agency carried out on Long Island in 2006 and 2007.
For the second time in three days, a state legislator has been indicted on alleged criminal conspiracy — and Assemblyman Stevenson of the Bronx is not the only one implicated.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced a new proposal to harness the incredible power of New York City’s branch libraries. The proposal was sparked by the Center for an Urban Future’s January 2013 Branches of Opportunity report about the increasingly important role that the city’s public libraries are playing in communities around the five boroughs.